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Nov 30, 2012 4:00pm PST
. and we saw it play out in new york city. look, we don't want to be an alarmist but that is the disaster of the sort we're going to see more of in the decades to come. what is the earth going to do with all of this energy? it's more than just a graph. this is extra heat. the earth needs to do something with it. what it does is it does a balancing act with weather and climate. i think these things that relate to migration, extinction of species and relate to agriculture regions changing wholesale. if the breadbasket of this country was no longer in this country. think about that. you want to talk about agriculture subsidies, i don't mean to cut you off. >> no, you know more about this than i do. >> the shoe may pink economic. >> cenk: the graph that i should you that was confusing was carbon emissions. and speaking of rising oceans, the scientists are wrong. they're now rising 60% quicker than the scientists had predicted. mark and i talked about this earlier today. i say go see miami while you still can. >> and most people do--of course south beach. most people do live near the water wit
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Dec 3, 2012 4:00pm PST
poorer all on the same street. park avenue in new york. >> this stretch of park avenue on the upper east side of manhattan is the wealthiest neighborhood in new york city. this is where the people at the top of the ladder live. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: do you remember last week we told you the heartwarming story of an officer who found a man with no shoes on and he went to buy him shoes so he wouldn't be cold at night. of course, he was barefoot at the time. an unfortunate story, "the new york times" caught up to him. he did not have shoes on again. he when asked why. he said, those shoes are hidden. they're worth a lot of money. i could lose my life. that goes to show the plight of the poor, even when they get something good they have to hide it otherwise someone will come and jack it. on the other hand, that's the same city in which there are a lot of rich folks living pretty damn good. there is a new movie "park avenue." let me show you a small clip from the movie. >> on the upper east side of manhattan is the wealthiest neighborhood in new york city. b
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Dec 14, 2012 1:00am PST
you nobody knows disasters like comedians. >> new york, the high-tech resilient city. just don't get us wet. what the hell was that? >> that's from my upcoming benefit for victims of hurricane sandy. i booked the strongest, smartest comics i could find. my comedian friends and i will raise money to rebuild homes and lives one laugh at a time. >> awe damn, the lights are out! you know what? i'll watch a little television until they come back on. >> only on current tv. >> back on the "young turks." there's a meteorologist who's working in louisiana and apparently getting these comments on line that were a little bit ridiculous. led me read one. they said: >> cenk: now why we would care about what you think is an interesting question, but apparently, everybody has to pass this hair test. here's a picture of rhonda lee. there's of course, nothing wrong with her. that's how she wears her hair. she wrote back of the. >> cenk: that makes section. she went on to say: >> cenk: so, obviously outrangous, how could she have possibly done that. this caused concern by her employer. i'm still tryin
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Dec 13, 2012 4:00pm PST
were being that tough with them. "the new york times" has a story about a case that happened 15 years ago. it's about stephanie george. do you think that she is going to get the same kind of treatment that the bankers got? if you do, well, you don't know anything about the u.s. justice system. well, here's what happened to her. she was storing apparently a small amount of cocaine for her boyfriend in her house. and here's where "the new york times" picks it up: >> cenk: now guess what she got? a life sentence. she got a life sentence for holding a small amount of cocaine and money. hsbc was holding billions of dollars of drug money. they got no sentence. nothing. new york times explains further: >> cenk: they had no choice. when you're powerless and poor, they have no choice. they have to give you a life sentence for the smallest of crimes, but if you're part of the elite and you're banker in this world well, they also have no choice. they can't give you a sentence. you are free to go. you have a get out of jail card forever. if your in the mad about this within you're either part of
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